Managing bias in artificial intelligence, the innovations accelerating progress on the SDGs, business as a platform for change: These are a few of the major themes that appeared this week at Dreamforce where we hosted the FQ Lounge with Deloitte
There’s no such thing as “balance.” Between work, personal commitments, and side hustles, we all have busy schedules. While multitasking and nurturing come as second nature to most of us women, we often set unrealistic expectations for ourselves. If we
Today is Latina Equal Pay Day, the symbolic point in 2019 where the average Latina woman’s earnings finally “catch up” to what a non-Hispanic white man earned in 2018. Latinas working full-time, year-round are typically paid only 54 cents for
At the current rate of progress, the World Economic Forum projects that gender equality in the United States is still another 208 years away. The good news? We can move forward faster if we all work together as a team.
There's no doubt about it: eLearning is essential to your advancement. Second to a better salary, the main reason a woman will accept or change positions today is for the opportunity to continue her education. There has been a 75%
By now, it should be no secret that, for women to rise into positions of leadership, we need to close the gender gap in tech. Despite popular belief, young girls do enjoy STEM/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) subjects.
A version of this piece appears on Think with Google The Female Quotient partnered with Google and Ipsos this past summer to survey nearly 3,000 U.S. consumers of various backgrounds to understand perceptions surrounding diversity and inclusion in advertising. My team